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The Sunday Times No: 2850 55 CENTS MCI (P) 15/12/90 MARCH 3, 1991

UN to vote on ceasefire terms for Iraq today [ARTICLE]

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UN to vote on ceasefire terms for Iraq today Liak Teng Kiat By Compiled from agency despatches THK United Nations Security Council is expected to vote this morning on a sweeping resolution spelling out conditions Ii .ti i must meet for a permanent ceasefire m the Gulf war. The American-inspired

Sri Lankan Deputy Defence Minister killed in bomb blast [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sri Lankan Deputy Defence Minister killed in bomb blast COLOMBO Sri Lankan Deputy Defence Minister Ran jan Wijeratne, who led the government's war against Tamil and Sinhalese rebels, died m a bomb blast which killed 19 people and injured 73 yesterday, police said. Mr Wijeratne, 59, was on his way

PM Goh gets a floral welcome in Bali [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PM Goh gets a floral welcome in Bali HAM Prime Minister Con Chok Tong shakes hands with a Halinese maiden who garlanded him on his arrival at Denpasar airport here yesterday He was met by Indonesian Minister of Defence and Security, (leneral Henny Murdani (left) Mr ('.oh is here to

Former Thai envoy named caretaker Prime Minister [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Former Thai envoy named caretaker Prime Minister Tan Lian Choo By Bangkok Correspondent BANGKOK Thai King Bhu mibol Ariulyadej yesterday appointed former diplomat Anand Panyaraehun as caretaker Prime Minister to head an interim government until elections are held later this year. The appointment followed a nomination by (Jeneral Sunthorn Kongsompong,

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See report on Page 2 Woman fined $4,000 for hurting maid: Page 3

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Chatichai govt projects likely to be put on hold: Page 13

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ANONYMOUS DO-GOODERS [ARTICLE]

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ANONYMOUS DO-GOODERS Some penniless old people who die m welfare homes m Singapore are getting a decent burial or cremation thanks to good Samaritans who pay up to $1,200 to cover the costs of the coffin, embalming of the body and either cremation or burial. These anonymous do-gooders are neither

CLOSING CHAPTER [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING CHAPTER The last chapter m the history of Bras Hasan Koad as the original home of Singapore's second-hand bookshops will close by the end of this month. One of the four remaining bookshops will close, while the other stores are looking for alternative premises. Relocating will not be easy,

JUMBO HUNT ON IN PULAU UBIN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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JUMBO HUNT ON IN PULAU UBIN Mr Ngo Tai Leong, 64. was probably accidentally hit on the head by the elephant's trunk while praying at the small shrine m the jungle on Friday. Mr Bernard Harrison, the Singapore Zoological Gardens' executive director, who was m Pulau Übin yesterday to supervise

SUPPORT FOR KL'S CONCEPT [ARTICLE]

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SUPPORT FOR KL'S CONCEPT Asean will promote Kuala Lumpur's concept of a regional Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said here Saturday But Dr Mahathir said Indonesian President Suharto, during talks here on Friday, pledged his support for the East Asia Economic Grouping EAEG) concept and for efforts

HALT TO CHATICHAI PROJECTS [ARTICLE]

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HALT TO CHATICHAI PROJECTS Several massive and badly needed infrastructure projects that were the pride of the ousted Thai civilian government are likely to be placed on hold while the new military rulers check them for corruption, business analysts said. These include a US$6 billion upgrade of the antiquated telephone

CENTRIST COALITION CALL [ARTICLE]

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CENTRIST COALITION CALL President Mikhail Gorbachev has called for a centrist coalition to tackle the Soviet Union's severe problems and avoid the extreme positions of both radicals and hardliners. In a speech made public on Friday, he said the Communist Party, which he heads, "Simply does not have the right

JAPAN'S MATCHMAKING MUMS [ARTICLE]

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JAPAN 'S MATCHMAKING MUMS had not married h.i.s grown today into a matchmaking organisation with more than 1,000 members, the Asa hi news agency reported. According to government statistics, Japanese men and women are getting married for the first time later m life than ever before

Five killed after explosions at warehouse in Bangkok [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Five killed after explosions at warehouse in Bangkok Tan Lian Choo By Bangkok Correspondent EiANGKOK Fire raged through an extensive harbour-side slum yesterday after a series of explosions ripped a warehouse storing chemicals and explosives m Klong Toey port. At least five people were killed and scores injured. Police said

PM Goh to call on President Suharto today [ARTICLE]

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PM Goh to call on President Suharto today Bertha Henson By m Bali BALI Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong, here for an international conference on the challenges facing Asean and the world economy, will call on President Suharto today. They will meet at the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel, a sprawling

Polio victim touched by HDB officer's considerate act [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Polio victim touched by HDB officer's considerate act Therese Tan By POLK) victim Tan Hock Moi. 70, received more than the keys to her new home yester day: she found warmth where she least expected to find it. She had written a number of letters to the Mousing Hoard asking

Older women 'not more likely to bear babies with birth defects than younger ones' [ARTICLE]

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Older women 'not more likely to bear babies with birth defects than younger ones' NEW YORK Older women have no greater risk of bearing children with many of the commonest birth defects than do younger women, a new study has found The report, which examined nearly 27,000 cases of birth

Woman fined $4,000 for hurting foreign maid 4 times [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Woman fined $4,000 for hurting foreign maid 4 times Charmaine Chan By BEYOND BOUNDS OF DECENCY She "perpetuated her misconduct by getting the maid to stand up and say she was pretending to be m pain, and then making her run across the living-room to prove she was not play-acting".

Teng Cheong: Workers have no reason to be unhappy with Budget [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Teng Cheong: Workers have no reason to be unhappy with Budget SINCAPORKAN workers have generally no reason to be unhappy with (he 1991 Budget This is because the Budget s i good one under the cir •umstanres. said Mr Ong Teng Cheong, Secretary (Jen oral of the National Trades Union

Toa Payoh residents to benefit from cost-saving scheme to improve estate [ARTICLE]

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Toa Payoh residents to benefit from cost-saving scheme to improve estate TOA PAYOH residents will be nwarded when they make cost-saving suggestions to improve the estate un<Jot a scheme announced by For eign Minister Wong Kan Seng last night Speaking at the Toa Payoh Town Council's first anniversary dinner at

Oil companies cut pump prices [ARTICLE]

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Oil companies cut pump prices RESPONDING to competitive pressures, some of the oil < om|>anies here did some "fine-tuning" on Friday by reducing further their |>etrol and diesel pump prices Shell. Ksno. Mobil, and Caltex reduced the price of their unleaded 92 octane inter -mediate ix'lrol by another half a

Grace period for three-quarter-tank rule ends tomorrow [ARTICLE]

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Grace period for three-quarter-tank rule ends tomorrow THK grace period for motor ist.s to get used to having at least a three-quarter-tank of petrol before they cross the Causeway into Johor, ends tomorrow. They had been given one month "to adjust to this new minimum requirement" which became effective on

Council suspends doctor who over-prescribed pills [ARTICLE]

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Council suspends doctor who over-prescribed pills A DOCTOR at Rochor Road has been suspended for three months for over-prescribing sleeping pills. A Ministry of Health state ment yesterday said the Singapore Medical Council found Dr Gunaratnam Alagaratnam Balasingam of Sahne Dispen sary it Clinic guilty of over prescribing the drug,

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GULF WAR SPECIAL

Bush vows swift action on M-E issues [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bush vows swift action on M-E issues Prospects for settlement better than ever' Task will be easier if Saddam is removed' WASHINGTON With Iraq's army crushed and Kuwait liberated. President George Mush has pledged to move swiftly to settle long-standing Middle Kastern problems by capitalizing on what he said were

Some American forces will remain in the Gulf [ARTICLE]

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Some American forces will remain in the Gulf WASHIN<7TON President (JeorßO Hush has said then' would be "a United States presence" m tho Persian (lulf after the war But he added at a press conference here on Friday that a peacekeeping force "would be better handled by Arab nations" He

Victory erases America's post-Vietnam blues [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Victory erases America's post-Vietnam blues Ong Ming Seing By Washington Correspondent 'It's a proud day for America and, by God, we've kicked the Vietnam syndrome once and for all. 1 Mr Bush WASHINGTON President (leorge liush has said Ameri ca's military success m the Persian (>ulf has finally removed lh«>

Saudis 'will try to play bigger role in regional politics as ally of the West' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Saudis 'will try to play bigger role in regional politics as ally of the West' 'I think this is a watershed m the Middle East, where since the early 50s it has been fashionable to be antiWestern, and where the thought of an alliance with the West was viewed as

A military and political defeat for allies: Iran [ARTICLE]

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A military and political defeat for allies: Iran Saddam a blight on his people, says Khamenei NICOSIA The outcome of the (iiilf war was a military and political defeat for the IS led allies. Iran's spiritual leader said yesterday Ayatollah Ali Khamenei al so described President (Jeorge Bush as the

US modifies bid at UN to force Iraqi compliance with terms [ARTICLE]

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US modifies bid at UN to force Iraqi compliance with terms NKW YORK Under pies sure from the Soviet Union and China, the United States abandoned efforts to have the UN Security Council explicit ly authorise anti-Iraq forces to resume hostilities if Hagh dad fails to comply with Pres ident

UN chief opposes use of sanctions to squeeze Saddam out [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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UN chief opposes use of sanctions to squeeze Saddam out The fall of Saddam Hussein is the business of the Iraqi population, it is not for the UN or for other countries to decide if Sacidam Hussein will or will not fall. 1 Mr Perez de Cuelar PARIS United Nations

Chaos reigns in Iraq's second city [ARTICLE]

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Chaos reigns in Iraq's second city First signs of a popular revolt: Paper 'Civil war if opposition is left out 1 Exiles 4 want to set up cjvt m occupied area' Basra jammed with vehicles trying to flee to the north RIYADH Iraq's second city Basra was jammed with military

Fears that Saddam's presence may spoil chances for stability [ARTICLE]

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Fears that Saddam's presence may spoil chances for stability PARIS The question of how fast President Saddam Hussein will de part dominates discussion among allied leaders, who worry that his continued presence at the helm m Iraq for even a few months could compromise the chances for a clean break.

The devastation is total, almost nightmarish' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The devastation is total, almost nightmarish' Mass graves for dead Iraqis KUWAIT CITY Allied troops buried Iraqi soldiers and bulldozed shattered vehicles off the road from Kuwait City to Iraq on Friday m the aftermath of their devastating final attack on retreating Iraqi forces. More than 1.000 Iraqi military vehicles,

Iraq blames allies for its 'unimaginable destruction' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Iraq blames allies for its 'unimaginable destruction' Baghdad radio: 'Never before was such a military build-up arrayed, never before did such destruction take place, and neyer before were human rights so violated. All this occurred under the banner of international legality.' Iraq's great steadfastness will guide the Arab nation to

CBS crew freed after 'persistent efforts' by Moscow [ARTICLE]

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CBS crew freed after 'persistent efforts' by Moscow BAGHDAD A four man crew from an American television network, missing since Jan 21, left Baghdad yesterday after being re leased by Iraqi officials Iraqi Information Minis ter Latif Nassayif Jassim said the CBS news crew was released on Friday night m

Captured allied airmen beaten up: Iraqi doctor [ARTICLE]

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Captured allied airmen beaten up: Iraqi doctor DHAHRAN Two British airmen shot down over Iraq on the first day of the Per sian Gulf war were seriously beaten when captured, an Iraqi doctor, now himself a prisoner of war, told report ers. "They were severely beaten," said the doctor. He

Isolated fighting as some Iraqis still unaware of ceasefire [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Isolated fighting as some Iraqis still unaware of ceasefire picture DHAHRAN The battlefields of the Gulf war were not quite quiet on Friday, the second day of the ceasefire, and there were reports of thousands of Iraqi stragglers still m the combat zone. In a Shootout at a checkpoint m

About 33,000 Kuwaitis reported missing [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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About 33,000 Kuwaitis reported missing No vengeance on Palestinians KUWAIT CITY An estimat <m! 33.000 Kuwaitis disap peared during the Iraqi occupation. 8.000 of them snatched off the streets by Iraqi troops as human shields when they fled the capital city m the face of the allied advance last week,

Kuwait snubs Hussein's appeal, hits out at Jordan's support for Iraq [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Kuwait snubs Hussein's appeal, hits out at Jordan's support for Iraq NICOSIA Kuwait made a blistering attack on Jordan's King Hussein on Friday, accusing him of helping Iraq capture the emirate last August through false assurances and of providing Baghdad with weapons. Snubbing the monarch's appeal earlier on Friday for

US generals can earn big bucks [ARTICLE]

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US generals can earn big bucks Speaker's fees: General Norman oCfiwarzKOpf from USS3O,OOO to US$4O,OOO. General Colin Powei up to U5525,000. NKW YORK America is flush with military success, but the Persian (lulf payoff may he only beginning for the generals who led United States forces to victory Corporate America

Life limping back to normal in Baghdad [ARTICLE]

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Life limping back to normal in Baghdad With electricity knocked out by the bombing raids, Iraqis were buying up batteries, gas lanterns, stoves and portable radios. The alternative was to live m the dark. BAGHDAD Life appears to be limping back to normal here with the suspension of hostilities m

Disease, hunger may kill more Iraqis than the war [ARTICLE]

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Disease, hunger may kill more Iraqis than the war UNITED NATIONS Disease and hunger could kill more Iraqis than the Gulf war itself, relief officials said on Friday, prompting United Nations Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar to send a special envoy to the war zone. Mr Perez de Cuellar said

Moscow'squestforadeal [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Moscow'squestforadeal YEVGENY PRIMAKOV By adviser to President Gofbachov If I have to fall to my knees and surrender or fight, Saddam said, I will choose the latter Saddam was quite rational, but he had a penchant for making unexpected about-turns WHEN Mikhail Gorbachev launcheii his own diplomatic offensive to /v--solve

The night that Bush decided [ARTICLE]

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The night that Bush decided GEORGE Bush, as is his habit at times of crisis, escaped the White House on Thursday, Feb 21, for a bit of what he calls "prudent recreating" an evening at Ford's Theatre to see Black Ka gles, a play about black airmen m World War

The new disorder [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The new disorder Maybe the cold war was never a confrontation of equals. The US dominated the earth while the USSR was nudged to the sidelines with a crude bargain: leave the world alone, and you keep your World War II spoils. Ominously, the world is not moving from an

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WORLD

Gorbachev calls for move towards centrist coalition [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Gorbachev calls for move towards centrist coalition Avoid extreme positions of radicals and hardliners, he urges MOSCOW President Mik hail Gorbachev has called for a centrist coalition to tackle the Soviet Union's severe problems and avoid the ex treme positions of both radicals and hardliners In a speech made public

S. Korean Buddhists pray for peace [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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S. Korean Buddhists pray for peace picture South Korean Buddhist youths prostrating on the pavement of a street m Seoul on Friday to pray for world peace. On their backs are pieces of cloth which read: "Anti-War, Anti-Nuclear, Peace for Mankind." Reuter

Bangladesh election winners want early power transfer [ARTICLE]

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Bangladesh election winners want early power transfer UHAKA The Hanglatlesh Nationalist Party (HNP). vie tor m the country's first free elections m 20 years, yester day asked interim President Shahabuddin Ahmed to call an immediate session of Par liament to prepare for an ear ly transfer of power Mr Ahmed

Many Russians likely to vote for Latvian independence today [ARTICLE]

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Many Russians likely to vote for Latvian independence today DAUCAVPII.S. Soviet Union Many Russian-speaking residents m Uitvia's second largest city say they will vote for I-itvian independence m a poll today despite warnings the vote could split the town m two. Latvia's nationalist-domi nated parliament is organising the opinion poll

Bush asks for extra time to seal trade pacts [ARTICLE]

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Bush asks for extra time to seal trade pacts WASHINGTON US Presi dent (Jeorge Bush has asked Congress for another two years to negotiate trade agreements, and several influential legislators have responded quickly with a deal for going along. The Congressmen said they would insist on tougher enforcement of trade

Police in Croatia storm predominantly Serbian town [ARTICLE]

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Police in Croatia storm predominantly Serbian town BELGRADE Shooting was ic|x>rtc<l yostriday morning when ptMSt stoimcti a pit' dominant ly Serbian popular (Ml town m Yugoslavia's second nitfK o republi< of Croatia, TanjiiK m'ws a^en<-y ■at It s-iid the Croatian .sjmh ial MHOC stormed the town of nkrac, ITiOkm east

Inventor of Polaroid instant camera, Edwin Land, dies at 81 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Inventor of Polaroid instant camera, Edwin Land, dies at 81 NKW YOKK Kdwin I .and. who:.e invention of the m slant camera changed the picture taking habits of mil lions of people around the globe, died on Friday m a hospital m Cambridge. Mas sachusetts He was 81 For decades,

WORLD BRIEFS

Soviet man acquitted of insulting Gorbachev [ARTICLE]

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Soviet man acquitted of insulting Gorbachev MOSCOW The first person charged under a new Soviet law which forbids insulting the President w<u> acquitted on Friday after a seven-month investigation But Valeriya Novodvorskaya. a leader of the liberal Democratic Union movement, was found guilty of burn ing the Soviet flag during

Dow Jones on upswing [ARTICLE]

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Dow Jones on upswing NEW YORK Prodded by signs that the economy v, mending, stock prices recovered from an early slump and moved ahead briskly on Friday The Dow Jones industrial average bounced back from a 27 -point slide to close at 2,909 90, up 27 72, or nearly 1

Walesa 'yes' to China visit [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Walesa 'yes' to China visit picture WARSAW Polish President Lech Walesa has agreed to visit China and economic relations between the two countries are expected to expand. Chinese Foreign Mm ister Qian Qichen said. 'There is no conflict of interests between Poland and China," he said on Friday after meeting

Cocaine kept castaways alive [ARTICLE]

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Cocaine kept castaways alive MADRID Ten crew members of a ship carrying an illegal cargo of drugs survived after it broke down at sea by eating cocaine, Spanish police here said on Fri day. Police seized the Bongo, headed for Spain with two tonnes of Colombian cocaine, after it broke

Man accused of war crimes [ARTICLE]

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Man accused of war crimes FRANKFURT Alleged Nazi war criminal Josef Schwammberger, who hid m Argentina for 40 years, has been charged m connection with the deaths of more than 3,400 Jews, a state prosecutor's office said on Fri day. The trial of Schwammberger, 79, m June could be the

New Turkey Defence Minister [ARTICLE]

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New Turkey Defence Minister ANKARA Kormet government s|>ok«»sman Mehmet Yazar was named on Kriday as Turkey's third Defence Minister m five months. Anatolian news agency said Prime Minister Yildirim AMmilui appointed Mi Yazai previously a sla»« minister, a wi>«'k aftei President 'I'm Kilt Oral sacked his prede<essor. Mi Husnu Dogan

'Mad cow' disease in France [ARTICLE]

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'Mad cow' disease in France PARIS Krance has reported its first case of rn.nl cow" disease, raisinK worrh that the disease whi«-h devastated lit itish herds mitfht have crossed the Kntflish Channel The disease. which destroys the htains and ccnlral nervous systems of cattle, led to temporary ban* on imports

Japanese mums unite to matchmake their children [ARTICLE]

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Japanese mums unite to matchmake their children A SOCIKTY forme*! a year ago m Nagoya by five Japa nese mothers worried because their children had not mar rted has grown today into a matchmaking organisation with more than 1.000 mem hers, the Asahi News Service reported According to government -.i.iti.sth

A disco dance in step with socialist values? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A disco dance in step with socialist values? A group of elderly women from a Beijing women's association displaying their disco dancing abilities as part of the Study Lei Feng campaign yesterday. The late model revolutionary was renowned more for his selfless zeal than his ability to dance and the

Hollywood studios find inspiration from the Gulf war [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hollywood studios find inspiration from the Gulf war NKW YORK Just when the end of the Cold War signalled the demise of the classic spy character m American movies, the Gulf war came along to fill the void with villains from the Middle East. Big film-makers Columbia anil Paramount insist

Freed Mafia bosses sent back to jail [ARTICLE]

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Freed Mafia bosses sent back to jail PAI.KRMO (Sicily) Nearly all 41 Mafia leaders released from prison on a legal techm ralily last week wore hark m prison yesterday after being re-arrested on government or ders, police here said. The freed men included Michele QNM, the alleged "Pope" ami chief

'How to charm women' courses for Japanese men [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'How to charm women' courses for Japanese men TOKYO "Japanese men are m a tragicomic situation," says Ms Keiko Higuchi, a prominent feminist and the founder of the comically named School for Bridegrooms. "Five years ago. when we first had the idea to hold a seminar for young men who

Low turnout expected in Hongkong district polls today [ARTICLE]

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Low turnout expected in Hongkong district polls today Foo Choy Peng By Hongkong Correspondent HONGKONG Hongkongers will cast their votes today to decide their representatives at the district level m the first of three polls this year. Hut while the number of registered voters has grown from 1.4 million five

Mandela, the proud grandpa [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mandela, the proud grandpa picture African National Congress leader Nelson Mandela (centre) introduces his grandson, Bambata, to a group of South African musicians whom he entertained for lunch m Soweto on Friday. The musicians have returned home m recent weeks from political exile. Reuter

Beijing sacks 2 ministers in top-level purge [ARTICLE]

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Beijing sacks 2 ministers in top-level purge HONGKONG Beijing has dismissed its Communications and Construction Ministers m one of the highest-level moves to clean up government, the Hong-kong-based Ta Kung Pao newspaper said. Communications Minister Qian Yongchang, 57, was fired over "economic problems", while Construction Minister Lin Hanxiong was sacked

PEOPLE

Milken to start 10-year term [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Milken to start 10-year term Ml( lIAKI, Milken, the j link -bond king who was Wall Street s most influential figure of the 19H0s, will swop th«millionaire's life foi a tiny room, a metal locker and a bleak view when h«- starts a 10- year-prison sentence m I'leasanton. California, this

Raw fish linked to cholera [ARTICLE]

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Raw fish linked to cholera AS THK number of cholera victims m Peru climbed above 45,000, President Alberto Fujimori has come under fire from doctors for telling his countrymen that raw fish was safe to eat. At least 200 people have died since the cholera epidemic was first reported a

'Taiwan Rambo forms party [ARTICLE]

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'Taiwan Rambo forms party A MAVKRICk legislator who became known as "Taiwan's Ram bo for fighiing m Parliament, set up his own political party on Friday, pledging to bring Kuropean -style social democracy to the island Mr Ju Gao-jeng. a stocky policeman's son who holds a Orman doctorate m philosophy,

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ASEAN

Chatichai govt projects likely to be put on hold [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chatichai govt projects likely to be put on hold Junta looking into possible corruption, say analysts HANCKOK Several massive and badly needed infra structure projects that were the pride of the ousted civil .m government are likely to be put on hold while the new military rulers check them for

Ex-minister quits politics ahead of graft probe [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ex-minister quits politics ahead of graft probe BANGKOK A former Transport and Communications Minister has quit politics after learning that he is under investigation for corruption by Thailand's new military government, the Bangkok Post reported yesterday. Mr Samak Sundaravej is the second ex-minister to resign. Former Education Minister Thienchai Sirlsamphan.

Manglapus hopeful of bridging rift over bases [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Manglapus hopeful of bridging rift over bases Ong Ming S«ing By Wasrwigton Correspondent WASHINC7TON Philippine Foreign Minister Raul Manglapus has said it is possible to bridge the gap between what Manila demands and what Washington offers for the continued American use of military bases m his country Speaking at a

Manila struggles to maintain its creaking war machine [ARTICLE]

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Manila struggles to maintain its creaking war machine MANILA Worn out war ships dot the main Philippine naval port Most are no lon ger sea-worthy, their hulls eaten away by rust At a nearby air base, me chanics repair decrepit jets using parts cannibalised from other aircraft Decades of government

Censor wants to charge sex writer [ARTICLE]

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Censor wants to charge sex writer M \NII.A A Philippine psy cholofftst who writes a widely read newspaper column on sex has been threatened with obscenity charges by the country's film censor Mr Manuel Morato. chairman of the Movie and Televi sion Review and Classification Hoard, said on Thursday ho

Don't use guns or money to intimidate voters: Cardinal Sin [ARTICLE]

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Don't use guns or money to intimidate voters: Cardinal Sin MANILA Roman Catholic leader Cardinal Jaime Sin has warned prospective candidates m next year's presidential election against using guns and gold to intimidate voters. "Any candidate who has amassed guns, money and manpower to win the next elections, according to

Sex-change man files petition for new identity [ARTICLE]

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Sex-change man files petition for new identity MANILA A male Filipino who underwent a sex change operation last year has petitioned a Philippine court to allow him to officially change his name and school records to that of a woman, the Manila Times said yesterday "I'm a woman," it quoted

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Filipina maids want to return to Kuwait [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Filipina maids want to return to Kuwait picture Thtst Fipma maids returned to Mania yesterday from Saudi Arabia after making their way from Kuwait where they fled the ftyrtinf between Iraqi troops and US led forces. They plan to return to Kuwait now that the war is over. Reuter

Compulsory reserve service only as a last resort: Army chief [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Compulsory reserve service only as a last resort: Army chief PORT DICKSON The army will only recommend, as a last resort, to the Defence Ministry to make it compulsory for Malaysians to Join its reserves, army chief General Tan Sri Yaacob Mohamed Zain said He said that if this was

IHT resumes distribution in Indonesia after 3-month halt [ARTICLE]

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IHT resumes distribution in Indonesia after 3-month halt JAKARTA The Indonesian distributor of the International Herald Tribune (IHT) resumed distribution of the daily yesterday after a three-month halt that followed publication of an article viewed here as insulting to President Suharto. The March 1 issue, which reached customers here yesterday,

Mutilated body of baby found on KL roadside [ARTICLE]

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Mutilated body of baby found on KL roadside THE mutilated body of a four-month-old baby was found by the side of a road m Kuala Lumpur on Friday, a report m The Malay Mail said yesterday. The gory discovery was made by an office worker when he was walking along

Asean to promote EAEG concept, says Mahathir [ARTICLE]

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Asean to promote EAEG concept, says Mahathir Issue on agenda of next economic officials' meeting JAKARTA Asean will promote Kuala Lumpur's concept of a regional economic group to face trade blocs elsewhere, 'Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dt Mahathir Mohamad said here yesterday. "Asean's foreign ministers will make this into

Big bang for Lunar New Year celebrations may be the last, warns deputy minister [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Big bang for Lunar New Year celebrations may be the last, warns deputy minister KUALA LUMPUR Deputy Home Minister Datuk Megat Junld Megat Ayob said yesterday there was a strong possibility that firecrackers would be banned permanently before the next Lunar New Year celebrations. Speaking to reporters m Tanah Rata,

Thach asks France, Indonesia to help arrange ceasefire and halt arms flow [ARTICLE]

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Thach asks France, Indonesia to help arrange ceasefire and halt arms flow HANOI Vietnamese Foreign Minister Nguyen Co Thach has asked France and Indonesia to help arrange a ceasefire and a moratorium on arms deliveries m Cambodia, a diplomatic source said here Saturday. Meanwhile, the official Nhan Dan daily said

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Anonymous Samaritans pay for burials of aged poor [ARTICLE]

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Anonymous Samaritans pay for burials of aged poor Kwan Chooi Tow By JUST ORDINARY FOLK They are ordinary people, not even professionals or very wealthy. One of them is just a flower-seller m a market but she has paid for the funeral services of three destitutes m the last few

Day-care centre for Hougang's elderly [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Day-care centre for Hougang's elderly NOW senior citizens of Hougang will have a place to relax, exercise and interact with fellow elderly people, and have professionally trained staff to look after them The Hougang Polyclinic, which opened on Friday, will run a day-care centre for the aged including those suffering

To JC, poly or VITB? Students to know earlier [ARTICLE]

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To JC, poly or VITB? Students to know earlier They can start school sooner, thanks to faster checks by computer (X,'K (Mevel holders ran now know the results of their ip plications to post -secondary institutions m a shorter time Processing of forms has been reduced by 10 days be-

SAF EXERCISES [ARTICLE]

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SAF EXERCISES ARMY: The Singapore Armed Forces will be conducting mil itary exercises m him Chu Rang. Hong Kah, Marsiling, M.irui.ii, Sembawang, I^oyang, Tampines, Upper Jurong, Jalan Hahar, Kranji and Seletar areas from 8 am tomorrow till dim m on Saturday. Itlanks and thunderflashes will be used. The SAP will

Child's play at CC goes upmarket [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Child's play at CC goes upmarket Julia Goh By PA links up with Tumble Tots to draw higher-income families IN ANOTHER move to get more middle and higher-income Singaporeans to take part m community centre activities, the People's Association has tied up with a private company to provide play programmes

Short-stay crisis centre for troubled teens to be set up [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Short-stay crisis centre for troubled teens to be set up Sandra Da vie By A YOUTH group is setting up a short-stay crisis centre, which will take m troubled youths for up to three weeks and help them to sort out their problems. Teen Challenge, a Chris-tian-baaed organisation which already

Beauty school of nightmares [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Beauty school of nightmares Sharon Loh By Special effects make-up services are m good demand MOVE over, Freddy Krueger. Singaporeans no longer have to go to Hollywood for their nightmares. A local beauty school, Cosmoprof has branched into special effects make-up, a service that theatre groups and theme parks here

Canary pays family a flying visit [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Canary pays family a flying visit A BIRD m the hand is better than one m the bush, goes the saying And little Lisa Lim is a believer. A red canary flew into the Urn family's flat m Shunfu Road on Friday evening just as the Lim family was settling

THE MAKING OF AN OLD HAG [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE MAKING OF AN OLD HAG Not your regular Freddy Kmefer: Mr Chan Tat Mng of Cosmoprof puttinc the final touches to Mi "masterpiece

HERE'S HOW IT IS DONE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HERE'S HOW IT IS DONE IT TOOK Just one hour mad IS minutes for Mr Chan Tat Ming, head of the make-up department at Cosmoprof to transform Sunday Times reporter Sharon Loh Into a wrinkled old hag. The first step In the process was to affix a foam latex prosthetic

Last of the Bras Basah bookshops moving soon [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Last of the Bras Basah bookshops moving soon Koh Buck Song By THK last chapter m the history of Bras Basah Road as the original home of Singapore's second-hand bookshops will close by the end of this month. One of the four remaining bookshops at what was once the haunt

Tampines mosque a blend of old and new [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tampines mosque a blend of old and new TAKE a minaret. Add plenty of light and space and you have a mosque that combines beautifully the traditional with the modern The Masjld Darul Ghufran mosque is a new-look mosque hi T»m pines Avenue i that retains traditional features like dome-shaped

3 fined for molesting policemen and bus conductress [ARTICLE]

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3 fined for molesting policemen and bus conductress TWO MEN who outraged the modesty of two plainrlothes policemen and one who molested and punched a bus con due tress have been fined total of 14,100 Mohd Noor Mohd Hussein, .14, a hank's senior telex op erator. chatted up a 25-year

Addict fleeing 'police' fell into rooftop chute opening and died [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Addict fleeing 'police' fell into rooftop chute opening and died A DRUG addict who was smoking heroin at the top of a block of flats m Teban Gardens died when a hole he fled to after thinking the police had arrived turned out to be the opening for a rubbish

Hot on the elephant's trail... again [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hot on the elephant's trail again David M iller By on PvJau Übn Malaysian trackers and SAF to join m search Attack on Pulau Übin villager 'probably an accident' THE elephant which hit a man on Pulau Übin on Friday probably did so accidentally A 200 official who said this

Using tame jumbos as 'bait' [ARTICLE]

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Using tame jumbos as 'bait' THE WILD HUNT: HOW IT WILL BE DONE ZOO officials outlined a plan to capture the rogue elephant on Pulau Übin which m volves the use of two tame ones. Mr Bernard Harrison, the Singapore Zoo's executive director, said his officers will track the animal's

Talks to make S'poreans care about environment [ARTICLE]

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Talks to make S'poreans care about environment SINGAPOREANS will learn more about the environment, and the part they can play m protecting it. through a series of public lectures These talks are being organised by the Ministry of the Knvironment, as part of its overall plan to make Singa poreans

Repeat offender jailed and fined for backlane gambling [ARTICLE]

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Repeat offender jailed and fined for backlane gambling A 65-YKAK OLD man who *»s au^ht nine times over two years for holding illegal barklane gambling sessions was yesterday jailed four days and fined SMO.OOO ()ng Seng Kiat. jobless, m li. ifeil to polii-e that he will serve another nine months'

Wanted: Tusk force to catch wild elephants on Tekong [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Wanted: Tusk force to catch wild elephants on Tekong unknown fhfdh •t Nic WIHI ■»■< MUM, ft fcM tt HflMI ara *M jgttgft m m "tw JStfpff m i" 1 1 1» k*v* Ml MMI Urn triliHa. TW fitikm «M a» mm la «i«i»iri kM«« In la mf g»l— iinai,

Operation Jumbo, Part Two... [ARTICLE]

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Operation Jumbo, Part Two THIS is the second time within a year that elephants have been found on offshore islands Last May, three bulls were spotted on Pulau Tekong, about 4 km east of Pulau Übin. They were captured by experts from the Malaysian Wildlife Department and returned to the

Clerk who sneaked scrip in shoes jailed [ARTICLE]

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Clerk who sneaked scrip in shoes jailed A POKMKR clerk m a stock broking firm hid 7,000 Devel opment Bank of Singapore shares m his shoes after stealing them from a clearing house. Chng Yeow Hwa, 28, took the share scrip, worth $96,600, to a toilet at Securities Clearing Computer

Women's Day to be celebrated with family carnival [ARTICLE]

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Women's Day to be celebrated with family carnival INTERNATIONAL Women's Day a time for women to take stork of their situation, review their progress and reaffirm their rights to equali ty will be celebrated with a family carnival this Saturday The objective of the event, organised by the Singapore Council

Poisons permit to cost more [ARTICLE]

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Poisons permit to cost more FEES (or a new Poisons Per mil or for changes to be made to an existing permit will be raised from April. The Environment Ministry said the revision was necessary to recover the costs of processing, issuing or amend ing the permit A person is

Asahi Shimbun offers one-year fellowship [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Asahi Shimbun offers one-year fellowship SINGAPORE scholars, ail ists, journalists and others can apply for a one year fel lowship m Japan sponsored by the Asa hi Shimhun. one of Japan's leading ncwspa|>ei Three or four applicants from around the world will V selected for the Asahi Fel lowship Program

Wife who accused husband of having an affair hanged herself [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Wife who accused husband of having an affair hanged herself A HOUSEWIFE who told her nine year-old spastic daughter that her husband had been seen eating breakfast with another woman, later hanged herself Madam Loh Soon Kiat. 27. was found dead m the bedroom of her seventh-storey flat m Block

New pact allows more flights between Singapore and France [ARTICLE]

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New pact allows more flights between Singapore and France AIR travellers can expect more flights between Singa pore and France from this year Airlines from the two countries will be allowed to operate up to five weekly 8747 services m each other's country from next month under a new agreement.

TRAFFIC ALERT [ARTICLE]

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TRAFFIC ALERT Road work near Indoor Stadium TMK Public Works Depart menl will be carrying out road maintenance work at the roundabout m front of Singa pore Indoor Stadium, from to morrow Because of this, one of the law's of the roundabout will he Hosed to traffic for one month

Trial project in schools to foster interest in automation [ARTICLE]

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Trial project in schools to foster interest in automation AUTOMATION FOR THE YOUNG Automation culture vital to Singapore's success, says Dr Tay UNDERSTANDING and using auto mation will be a key to Singapore's success m the face of stiffer global competition. And this Ls why the (Government is trying to

Students design devices for the disabled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Students design devices for the disabled AUTOMATION FOR THE HANDICAPPED CONFIDENCE, muscular development, better hand-eye co-ordination and plain fun these are what a severely handicapped child can get out of playing with a toy activated by a push of a joystick. The toys and other devices designed and built by

S'pore lessons in curbing car ownership [ARTICLE]

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S'pore lessons in curbing car ownership IK A country wants to introduce punitive measures to curb car ownership, it should also offer attractive alterna lives This was one of the five lessons which Singapore can ciffer other countries considering moves to solve road congestion. The other lessons listed by [)t

Exhibition will offer futuristic look at transport scene [ARTICLE]

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Exhibition will offer futuristic look at transport scene SINGAPOREANS can catch a glimpse of future changes to the local transport scene during an exhibition here. Among the exhibits planned are working models of the Electronic Road Pricing system and road tunnels Also on display would be models of people- mover

AROUND THE COURTS

Brothel manager fined and jailed [ARTICLE]

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Brothel manager fined and jailed AN UNEMPI/)YED man was jailed two days and fined $24,000 on Thursday for vice activities. Tay Sing Chai. 30, admitted two counts of managing a brothel at Duan Tao Court, off Keng l*e Road, between last October and November, and m m High Street Centre

2 charged with setting fire to bar [ARTICLE]

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2 charged with setting fire to bar TWO men have been charged with setting fire to a bar m Serangoon Road last month No pleas were taken from Ng Kian Huat, 37, unem ployed; and Teo Chen Heng. 30. a general worker. The fire caused $2,500 worth of damage to

Bogus designer cheated housewife [ARTICLE]

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Bogus designer cheated housewife A HOUSEWIFE was cheated of J23.500 m loans to a man who claimed to be a fashion designer from Hongkong, a district court heard. The "fashion designer". Too Eng Kiat. 33, duped Mad am Lam How Choo, 52 into giving him the loans He was Jailed

Arrest orders against director [ARTICLE]

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Arrest orders against director A WARRANT of arrest has been issued against a woman director of a property cotnpa ny who was absent from court on Thursday. Oh Leh Yong. 43. of Sindo Realty, failed to answer a charge of breaching her duty to her company by failing to act

Jail and cane for robbing cabby [ARTICLE]

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Jail and cane for robbing cabby A ROBBER has been jailed five years and ordered to be given 12 strokes of the cane for robbing a taxi driver Law Kok Hwa. 26, unem ployed, pleaded guilty on Friday to robbing Mr Loh Ah Sen of a $50 watch and |30

Vandal sawed phones fa coins [ARTICLE]

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Vandal sawed phones fa coins A MAN who used sawed public telephones m order to get at their coin boxes was on Thursday jailed 12 months and ordered to be given 12 strokes of the cane I>m Eng Bee. 30. an inmate of Falkland Centre, a drug re habiiitation unit

Stiff sentences for worksite robbers [ARTICLE]

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Stiff sentences for worksite robbers TWO men yesterday received long prison terms and 24 strokes each for robbing four Indian construction workers at an uncompleted Housing Board area off ire m Toa Pa yon last year Labourer Yusoff Hassan. 41. was given 12 years' pr«ventive detention and Mo hamed Kassim

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In praise of thicker skin [ARTICLE]

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In praise of thicker skin THERE is merit m MP [)avinder Singh's call for the Government to be more thickskinned. The ability to accept criticism with grace is a sign of maturity for both countries and people. In Singapore's case, it was not a virtue m abundance m the earlier

25 YEARS AGO [ARTICLE]

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25 YEARS AGO What The Straits Times reported on March 13. 1966 JAKARTA President Soekarno today signed away everything except his title The man m charge of the turbulent repuhlir is the Army Chief I.ieul (!en Suharto, a staunch anti-communist The d r ama began last night when the generals,

The surprise coup leader [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The surprise coup leader GEN SUNTHORN KONGSOMPONG has, m the past, contentedly played second fiddle to his military superiors SUNTHOm KOMGSOMTONG was born m August, 1931. m Ayudhya He is married and has two sons 1954: Graduated from the Royal Chulachomklao Military Academy 1984: Commander. Special Warfare 1986: Assistant Army

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Chase dreams? No such luxury for my generation [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chase dreams? No such luxury for my generation Tan Sai Siong I know only one among my peers who has been able to cast off personal and family expectations and do what today's youngsters are doing. She is Sylvia Toh Paik Choo, popular humour writer. LAST Sunday, four young middle-class

Set up an Attendant Care Foundation for the disabled [ARTICLE]

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Set up an Attendant Care Foundation for the disabled Ron Chandran-Dudley The foundation, which can run along similar lines to the Nursing Foundation, should not provide any facilities but instead purchase suitable services for recipients. THE assurance given by Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong at a grassroots forum held last

What price, foreign stockbrokers? [ARTICLE]

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What price, foreign stockbrokers? Koh Bee Ann An open tender by foreign stockbrokers selected on the bases of expertise and possible contribution may be a better arbiter of the worth of a foreign seat on SES than a decision made m committee. HOW much will foreign brokers pay for the

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The politics of global economics [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The politics of global economics Any zero-sum strategy is likely to boomerang, as oil producers found out when their XXXXX' sky-high prices led to a world recession and a cut m oil demand National corporations are becoming global entities, lacking special links to nations. Thus most governments are helping their

Women and their own plastic [ARTICLE]

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Women and their own plastic LETTERS Credit cards/Rascals THOUGH no card company is named, we believe that Wong Kirn Hoh (■'(Jood to look at but...". The Sunday Times. Feb 17) was referring m part to American Kxpress, as a clip from our TV commercial was shown. The caption used for

A deluge of odium [ARTICLE]

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A deluge of odium THE Sunday Times editorial on Feb 24 compared Pan Pacific's advertisement on "tarts" with the pre-opening promotional activities of the Rascals club featuring Hitler It said that we had done an about face and lost our sense of humour It bewilders one thai such a mis

SINGAPORE RACE GUIDE

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Best bet: The Bite (R1O) Best longshot: Cocky Dragon (R6) Ra4*s nr 84 73 Sta*os $23,000 1 000 CwITomI 10 ,4agYusotCSlim) (1200m) <fc Ho* V 2 00?19 DomMo Cwput I (4« H TanMdm KH Pue) g 1200m) JUaay 56 3 0/ 739 CMco 1 (bari Kan* Best Choice, sh 1700m

Tunku duo to call tune [ARTICLE]

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Tunku duo to call tune plenty of early pace but has often run short of stamina m the closing stages Her light load should help her last out the trip m front. However, she has no shortage of threats, which brings the forecast and tierce into calculation. Smile For Me

Sng charges back with hat-trick [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sng charges back with hat-trick FOUR-DIGIT DRAW March 2 1991 FIRST 3210 SECOND 6253 THIRD 1631 STARTERS 9108 0869 7709 9880 9603 0612 6724 2159 6016 9186 CONSOLATIONS 6119 9452 3634 7987 8808 7293 3374 3006 6744 1596 CHAMPION jockey Martin Sng, who started the season by serving out a

THE EXPERTS' SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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THE EXPERTS' SELECTIONS i: Good Race TL Tan Ron Teo M laattawß bHMCHMG HMCMM. QNTKIMP. 1 6 PA HENCE REWARD I? TRUMPS b SEARCHMG 10 RAMBOVTS PRIOE 9 ORYX ADVENTURE 6 PATKNCf Rf WAM) 10 CHEF CONSTABLE i KIWI I AD* 2 tJaSaW ADVANT »G1 2 IS MOST VALIANT MALAMPAYA

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No soft going when learning ropes and reins [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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No soft going when learning ropes and reins RACING FOCUS Asogan Thanga/aju COME the 'last race yester day, one man was going to make the most of a rare winning opportunity For the most part he sat crouched m second place on the hot favourite, biding time and energy while

Japan betting totals $40 billion last year [ARTICLE]

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Japan betting totals $40 billion last year JAPAN RACING TOKYO The Japan Horse Racing Association (JRA) said on Friday that they had posted a record turnover and net profit for the year ending December JRA said that their betting turnover totaled 3.1 trillion yen ($4O billion), compared to 2.5 trillion

McDermott sends 3 bats to hospital [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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McDermott sends 3 bats to hospital CRICKET KINGSTON A brave, undo feated 77 by (Jus l/Ogte, who returned to the crease after needing seven stitches for a cut under his eye. rescued the West Indies from near disas ter on the opening day of the First cricket Test against Australia

Kiwis in struggle [ARTICLE]

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Kiwis in struggle AUCKLAND Sri l^anka. who earlier hit 380. made deep inroads into New Zealand's hatting yesterday to have them 194-5 at stumps on the second day of the Third cricket Test. The home side's batting was pedestrian on the fast, flat pitch m comparison to Sri Lanka's sparkling

YESTERDAY'S SINGAPORE RACE RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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YESTERDAY'S SINGAPORE RACE RESULTS fthnranf owner lee Beng feck frame* Joseph Phun Margins 1 1 > nk Time 1 mm 13 9 sec Forecast: $430 Tierce $3.577 Malaysian W4P $/6. $18. $lb. $9 SITE'S REPORT: GRACEFUL DANCER returned lame near fore and FALAOA returned lame oft tore Both horses have

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Clicking of turnstiles slows as football fans shy away [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Clicking of turnstiles slows as football fans shy away Fewer people are going to League soccer matches these days Wilfred Yeo looks into why they are staying away NQ-ONK m the Football Asso i.ition of Singapore is press ing the panic -button yet over falling Premier league atten dances, but

When thousands flocked to watch matches in an 86-team League [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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When thousands flocked to watch matches in an 86-team League THE Fifties and Sixties, when Singapore were perennial Ma laya Cup champions or final ists, are fondly regarded by football fans as the good old days of soccer Spectator interest spilled over to local tournaments, with the Singapore Amateur Football

Why the pressure got too much for Dalglish [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Why the pressure got too much for Dalglish BUILD-UP TO BREAKING POINT Oct S: Dalglish rows with Scotland manager Andy Rox burgh after Steve Nicol and Gary Gillespie were left out. Oct 31: league Cup defeat, 3-1 to old rivals Manchester United, Liverpool's first of the season Nov 4: Steve

Quality control is vital in signing foreigners [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Quality control is vital in signing foreigners Brazilian soccer players Walbert Santos and Ronald Silveira cost Tiong Bahru $70,000. And the club were willing to pay that sum without once having watched them kick a football. Mahmood Gaznavi comments on the methods of selecting foreigners and looks back at the

See-then-sign policy or rely on agents' word [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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See-then-sign policy or rely on agents' word TEN FOREIGNERS WHO HAVE MADE A LASTING IMPRESSION AT CLUB LEVEL HOW SOME TEAMS PICK FOREIGNERS Geylang International and Jurong Town Football Club believe that the players have to make themselves available and show just how good they are. Others, for example Tiong

Malaysians did own evaluation [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaysians did own evaluation TWO Malaysia Cup teams who signed Australians for this season sent their officials Down Under to evaluate the footballers' worth Singapore businessman A Krishnan. who had recommended three players to Penang and another to Kuala Lumpur, said officials from both teams accompanied him to Sydney to

Woon: Had no time to scout around [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Woon: Had no time to scout around TWO CLUB OFFICIALS GIVE THEIR VIEWS TIONG BAHRU chairman Richard Woon defended his team's decision to sign Brazilian footballers Walbert Santos and Ronald Silveira without ever having seen them play. "The circumstances must also be taken into account," said Richard. "Of course, ideally

Patrick: Our policy is 'no see, no sign' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Patrick: Our policy is 'no see, no sign' GEYLANG official Patrick Ang does not believe m signing up a player without first having seen him m action. "You might be looking for a striker to end your goal drought and there may be one whose record shows he is a

McEnroe brothers set up likely final meeting [ARTICLE]

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McEnroe brothers set up likely final meeting TENNIS CHICAGO Formei world No 1 John McKnroe and his younger brother Patrick took a major step towards a final round showdown when the siblings advanced to the semi finals Of the USS22S. (MM) ($385,000) Volvo of Chicago tennis tournament on Friday Brothers

Falcao criticised, may be fired [ARTICLE]

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Falcao criticised, may be fired BRAZILIAN SOCCER RIO DE JANKIRO Paulo Roberto Falcao, who took over as coach of the Brazilian national soccer team following their lacklustre showing at last year's World Cup, is being criticised like his predecessor and may be fired But he does not think anybody can

Hendry's 7th straight victory over Davis [ARTICLE]

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Hendry's 7th straight victory over Davis SNOOKER DERBY World champion Stephen Hendry notched his seventh successive win over Steve Davis here on Friday to reach his ninth major final of the season Six-time world champion Davis, who had been showing the signs of a revival m the British Open, suffered

TV viewer's tip-off disqualifies Azinger [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TV viewer's tip-off disqualifies Azinger TAY CHENG KHOON FOREIGN GOLF MIAMI I'aul A/inger was disqualified on Friday after a television viewer m Colorado telephoned officials at the Dora I Open golf tournament and tipped them that the golf er had committed a rules vio lation by kicking a stone out

Another sub-par card, but Samson still behind [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Another sub-par card, but Samson still behind KUALA LUMPUR Singapore's Sam son Gimson returned another sub-par card but could not keep pace with frontrunners Rick Gibson and Gerry Norquist m the third round of the Benson Hedges Malaysian Open at the Subang Golf Club yesterday. Samson's one-under-par 71 placed him

Link-up vital for Asian circuit [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Link-up vital for Asian circuit We're definitely m favour of a combined tour and have been having informal discussions with Asian officials.' Australian PGA Tour chairman Terry Gale (left) Alliance with Australia-New Zealand Tour is the key to its long-term credibility KUALA LUMPUR With the Asian circuit being slowly but

SPORT IN SHORT

Haugen tests positive for drug [ARTICLE]

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Haugen tests positive for drug American Greg Haugen. who dethroned previously unde feated Hector Camacho for the World Boxing Organisation junior welterweight title last Saturday, has tested positive for marijuana. Nevada boxing officials said on Friday The Nevada State Athletic Commission. boxing's governing body m Nevada, said Haugen's urine sample

Gross' trunks for auction [ARTICLE]

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Gross' trunks for auction Michael Cross, (Germany's most successful swimmer, will put his trunks up for auction after taking part m his last race m a gala m Frank- furt The German team from January's World Championships m Perth, where Gross won his last major title m the 4x200 metres

Prost, Alesi sign deal [ARTICLE]

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Prost, Alesi sign deal Ferrari have signed their two Formula One drivers, former world champion Alain Prost and fellow-Frenchman Jean Alesi. for next season, the Italian team said m Maranello on Friday. Ferrari said that they had finalised a new contract with Prost for the 1992 season and had exercised

Sonn soars to year's best [ARTICLE]

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Sonn soars to year's best Germany's Rait Sonn record ed the best high jump m the world this year when he cleared 2 39 metres at a Berlin indoor athletic meet on Friday The 23-year-old medical student's effort was six centimetres better than the year's previous highest by Poland's European

Brazilian GP okay [ARTICLE]

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Brazilian GP okay The Brazilian Motor Cycling Grand Prix have been given the go ahead by the Intema tional Motorcycling Federa lion even though safety work on the Interlagos track is behind schedule A news release on Friday said that the Federation's president Jos Vaessen attend ed an inspection on

Knicks sack Bianchi [ARTICLE]

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Knicks sack Bianchi Al Hianchi was sacked on Kn day as vice-president and general manager of the New York Knicks Dave Checketts was appointed president of the National Basketball Association club m a reorganisation of Madison Square Garden's Sports Group. Bianchi has been criticised recently as the Knicks' record slipped

Wallace is Irish hero [ARTICLE]

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Wallace is Irish hero Ireland's B right wing. Rich ard Wallace, led an inspired comeback to beat England's second team 24-10 m a rugby match m Dublin on Friday England B looked set for an easy win with a 10-3 lead after 40 minutes, but Ireland scored m first-half injury

Centre Iro in talks [ARTICLE]

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Centre Iro in talks Kevin Iro. the Wigan ami N«»w Zealand rugby league lesl centre, is to have talks with the Knglish champions to thrash out his future Iro. 22, completes hLs cur rent term at Wigan at the end of the season He is linke<i with Sydney giants Manly

Koreas refuse to march [ARTICLE]

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Koreas refuse to march The two Koreas hay»« ri'fu.vil a proposal to march side by side m the opening ceremony of the 15th Winter IMVM siade. which started yest«i day Hi iniu N«'bioi«i. president of the International University Sports Federation, made the proposal m Sapporo on Fri day

Paulo makes it two in a row [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Paulo makes it two in a row Shirlynn Ho By BOWLING IF HK keeps winning, they might ju.st have to name the tournament the Paulo Valdez Super Classic. For the teenager from Phi lippines won the Orchard Howl Super Classic again to pocket the $14,000 prize and a Pelikan pen

Kenyans and Samoans set for mighty crunch [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Kenyans and Samoans set for mighty crunch PETER KHOO reports on the Singapore Cricket Club rugby union sevens at the Padang VAISUAI WOWS WITH HIS TATTOO THK mighty Kiwis from Kai take ran riot but it was the Watembezi Pacesetters, of Kenya, and the Samoan Coconuts who had the 1,000

Colourful Coconut makes his mark [ARTICLE]

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Colourful Coconut makes his mark MORK than 1.000 pairs of eyes were transfixed on Samoan Coconuts flanker Alefaio Vaisuai wherever he went on the Padang yester day. And it was not just htCMM of his ball-handling and tack ling skills. The 24-year-old, nicknamed "The Warrior", has a mas sive tattoo

SCORES AND STATISTICS [ARTICLE]

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SCORES AND STATISTICS BASKETBALL NBA: I'.k.-is UK CavaHHl II.V 76i>rs 121 Trail Hlazrre 111, Coitus 1W Spur* 99. Jan 94 Pistons 92. UtilLs 109 Mavericks H6. llu< ks 106 MM 105. Sum 112 Kings 106. Sup.-Hioni. s 122 Horrwts 105. l-tk.-ts 115 Magic 101 CRICKET lat «C V4»y lal'l: KnKUnd

YESTERDAY S RESULTS, TODAYS ORDER OF PLAY [ARTICLE]

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YESTERDAY S RESULTS, TODAYS ORDER OF PLAY Preliminary roundx droyp A: Kaitake (NX.) 42 Bangkok British (Thai) 0. Kaitake 62 MMf> (Mai) I). Kailake 12 HI IK Polite (IIK) 0. SelanK<>r H iUn^kok British 0. KIIK Polite II Bangkok British 6. RHK Police 14 Selanxor 4 Kaitake antl RHK Police

Singapore for first Arafura festival [ARTICLE]

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Singapore for first Arafura festival HAKIKAT RAI By sin(;ai»ork wn oxpo<t«Hi to take (Kirt m 12 sports at the Bnl Arafura S|X)rts K(*stival m Darwin, Australia, from May IK 25 The K«»stival, a picludc to this year's South-east Asia (James m Manila, will sec an estimated 2,000 competitors contesting m

Yusman's 2-goal burst to no avail [ARTICLE]

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Yusman's 2-goal burst to no avail PREMIER LEAGUE Balestier 2 Pofcce 2 Jurong 0 Safsa 1 FORMER international Yus man Yusoff gave Police Sport* Association a dream start, scoring two goals within 36 minutes But his teammates squandered the lead to finish with a 2-2 draw against Balestier United m

TABLE [ARTICLE]

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TABLE I> W I) 1. X A Pit Oylang MMS) U T Bahru S S 2 l IT 7 U Rateetiet 10 3 4 313 11 IS Salsa 4 1 3 7 Police 9 S 2 4 S tl I Tyrwhltt I 4 I SUU 8 Jurong 2 2 4

Dittmar to face Jansher in semis [ARTICLE]

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Dittmar to face Jansher in semis SQUASH MADRID Chris Dittmai the left-handed Australian who has lost three World Open squash finals to the sport's new king. Jansher Khan, will face the man he most wants to beat Dittmar's 15-11. 15-7, 17-14 victory on Friday against his fellow countryman Rodney Martin

OBITUARIES

321 Deaths 321 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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321 Deaths 321 Deaths AURELIO F. ARRIOLA (Age: 09) ww caflod Homo to bo «r*th tho Lord on Ist Marc* Ittl towtnaj feoMnd> mm Oracle Tan •OMS OAUQHTCRS-M-LAW Adrian Jennifer Chew AufusUnr Jeannle Poon Andrew DAUGHTERS SONS -W-LA* ElUabelh X rankle Koh Jaclnta Farouk Marlcan Monica OIUMD-OAUOMTERS Stephanie Koh Shaeen

323 Condolences 323 Condolences 323 Condolences [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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323 Condolences 323 Condolences 323 Condolences WITH DEEPEST CONDOLENCES AND SYMPATHY TO CITY GARDEN PTE LTD MANAGING DIRECTOR MR. RICKY LIM MENG KOK on lh« d*miM of hit b«k>v*d grandmother MOM. TONG CHO DEPARTED ON 1 MARCH 1991 From THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF Cort«g« will i«av« Block 602 Ang Mo

321 Deaths [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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321 Deaths TAY YOK LAN (a MOSBERGEN TERESA Age 78 year* old ••aaod away p*ac«lully on I*l March *V1 W#v4flf D#nMto* •on Austen oa«ajMar-«vla«r Jowphlnr DmaHlii Amy ■aw Iw I—. Jackie 7 granddaughltri a 3 grand ton »f» isw to mourn hot looa. •ody lying al Chntt Tho King Church.

322 Acknowledgements [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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322 Acknowledgements TMf FAMILY Of TMf LATf VEERASAMY OTHIRAPATHY A9« M PitNd away en IS.IJI Dritrly mIMPd by WMr Kat.*((apashi»nafii Son* M Sambanthan .sivaxnanam Osugnlaf-m-law: Kalurulnr o*u«M*ft Mundravalll. Maragadhavulh K.HHH4 hi Sons-m-laai Kranklr. sti.tiiiiiiiKitn.ilti.il. Bioihtii m ii« Narayanasamy. KrMhnasamy. Ixiratsamy Manoharan Orandchttdran wish II lhank all rrlallvrs. friends. SAF 2nd

324 In Memoriam [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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324 In Memoriam WMh pMtd MflMwrteA Of MDM SIAH AH QEOK Departed 3rd March IMO Gone from our lives one so dear. Bui In our heart* forever near

325 Raquiams [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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325 Raquiams 2nd Anniversary In Loving Mwnory of K.R. ARUMUQAM KALINQARAYAR Departed on 24th Feb. 19M Aiwayt mwmbtftd by w.f« Kameta •n NlthlHh N.ui'l i I ri.in.i(..i. Chandra Mogan Kiiriinunrrlln Thlrupalhlviuan Daughter* Foonllhavalhy M.ilurvlzhli Son-in-la» A V I urn.i: DwgMwi'in it. Vlmalla Shyamaladevi lUliiiliuillil ano gr afHlchiWf *n Prayera »ill

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New coach keen to start work [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New coach keen to start work Shirlynn Ho 3v Many tasks to keep China's Zheng busy during one-year Singapore stint BADMINTON THE Singapore Badminton Association are hoping that Chinese coach Zheng Qingjin, who arrived yesterday to take up duties with the Republic's team, will also be an asset on the

Vidan can eclipse boys from Brazil [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Vidan can eclipse boys from Brazil J. RAJENDRAN PREVIEWING TODAY S BIG SOCCER GAMES GEYLANG v TIONG BAHRU (National Stadium, 4 ,45pm) and LIVERPOOL v ARSENAL (Live on SBC 12 at 11pm) By THE timely arrival of a piece of paper bearing the name of Tiong Bahru's Brazilian import Ronald

Liverpool face season's toughest test [ARTICLE]

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Liverpool face season's toughest test WHY DALGLISH QUIT: See Page 26 on points and games, but have a better goal difference. Liverpool's caretaker manager Ronnie Moran, whose future could be decided today, tried to play down the importance of the tie. "If we lose against Arsenal the season will not

THE LATE NEWS

Blanco scores first as French trounce Welsh 36-3 [ARTICLE]

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Blanco scores first as French trounce Welsh 36-3 Veteran fullback Serge Blanco celebrated his last home match m the Five Nations rugby union tournament by scoring the opening try as France comprehensively beat Wales 36-3 m Paris yesterday. Blanco, making a world record 84th international appearance, opened the scoring barely

Khans to clash in final [ARTICLE]

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Khans to clash in final World squash No 1 Jansher Khan defeated Australian Chris Dittmar 17-15, 15-7. 15-6 m the semi-final of the Spanish Open m Madrid and faces compatriot Jahangir m the final. Jahangir was given a walkover by Chris Robertson m the other semi-fi-nal.

Defender Ishak among six recalled by coach [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Defender Ishak among six recalled by coach JOE DORAI By ISHAK SAAI). who lost his place m the national squad Last season because of disciplinary problems, has received a recall from coach Robin Chan. The hard-tackling but composed defender feels that this year could well be his last because age

THE SQUAD I [ARTICLE]

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THE SQUAD I <i«ftlkeepm: David I/h\ Abd ul Malek Defeadera: T Pathmanathan. Borhan Abu Samah. Abdullah liorhan. Sudiat Dali. Saaid Sukor ARJ Maran, Ishak Saad, Musaim Manaf Midfielders: Hasnim Haron, Zulkifli Kartoyoho, Nazri Na sir, Yahya Madon. Nasaruddin Jalil Striken: D Devaraj. Abdul lah Noor. I) Tokijan

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Radio daze [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Radio daze Since 1968, the number of radio stations operating in \r Singapore has doubled— from five^o 1 3. I he choices ina\ leave" listeners in a happy daze, bul can the market support the 4jj9P busy airvvaves? WONG KIM HOH *fci investigates. See Page 2. IB

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COVERSTORY

Radio daze [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Radio daze Radio is pretty much a peripheral media m Singapore. Advertisers prefer to go for a media mix. If the budget is small, they ignore radio and concentrate on TV and print. Ms Patricia Hu. media director of McCann-Erickson Radio used to be so boring. But now there are

Creativity is the name of the deejay game [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Creativity is the name of the deejay game ITS sick, H'| goi r>ad breath, its Kadio Kia.su So goes the self deprecating trailer for Radio Kiasu. Singapore's first programme m Singhsh which wiJI de but over NTUCs Kadio Heart f KM91.3) this month Singlish. you s.»y'' Yes. Singlish, says producer

STYLE

TALK SHOP [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TALK SHOP Evelyn Yap Soda pops! YES. yes. yes. As early as mid-February, the grapevine was already abuzz: Soda is "giving up" its yearly fashion show. Fashion Connections, for adoption And the adopters 7 The Trade Development Board (TDB) and Textile and Qw ment Manufacturing Association (TGMAS) Fashion Singapore, a

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FOOD

Nouvelle Indian cuisine [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Nouvelle Indian cuisine THE RECIPES that Dhershini Covin Winodan has put together m her newly published cookbook are the fruits of years of experimenting and of living m Singapore's multi-ethnic society with the smells of different cuisines wafting through the kitchen windows. Even the Indian recipes are an eclectic mix

A chip off the old china [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A chip off the old china At Emmerson's, crossroads cuisine which mixes East and West is served on blue-on-white china. Would Joseph Conrad, who dined at the original Emmerson's m the 1800s, have approved? MARGARET CHAN wonders MIDWAY-FOOD THE people running Raffles Hotel are proving to be good storytellers. While

Starshine and two-dollar soups [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Starshine and two-dollar soups MICKEY CHIANG LO-FOOD EVEN if we are on a tight budget, there is still good food to be had at very af fordable prices, if wo know where to look Judging from the crowd m and outside the H.n I.cc Eating House at Eunos Crescent, many

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TRAVEL NEWS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TRAVEL NEWS Cairns' can offer FANCY a four day-three night stay m Cairns, inclusive of return economy airfare, transfers ami accommodation, for $969' Or stay one more day and pay $999' These packages are valid from March 1 to May 31 From Cairns, the Great Barrier Reef is just offshore,

Where ghosts do not rest in peace [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Where ghosts do not rest in peace It has been 75 years since the longest land battle was fought m Verdun, France. But unlike other World War 1 memories, Verdun is a nightmare that will not go away, says ALISTAIR HORNE. DUKINC the Iran lraq War. the great defensive battles

Travel notes [ARTICLE]

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Travel notes i.l-:i'IIN4. TIIKKK: Ih.r. Is no direct flight from Singapore to Verdun. I'TA French Airline* (tel: 737-C3SS) has three fights ($1,413, economy) a week to Paris' Charles de (iaulle Airport. Tranwfer by buN (which leave* ♦•very 15 mlnutcM) to Orly We«t Airport. This journey take** \> mlnutrs. I'rimi there,

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Wet and wild Before you take the plunge W VI XX SkllMi Is a fast, thrilling and graceful water sport. Over the last I 1 i years, a total of 1,5 M skllers have graduated from the beginners' course run by the Singapore Water-Skiing Federation. The .sport is safe those

Why Lunar New Year comes only once a year [ARTICLE]

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Why Lunar New Year comes only once a year t MACAW MY 10-year-old nephew Al ex is the white sheep of the family, for he has an I.Q. of 156.98. But even budding geniuses can sometimes ask stupid questions. There he was, a few days after the Lunar New Year

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Desperately seeking a partner [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Desperately seeking a partner NEWBY HANDS looks at why there seems to be a woman-hungry Singer and a man-crazy Sinbad at every thirtysomething dinner party m Britain these days DINNKH parties used to be fun. Good food, good conversation, new people and even the pos sibility of romance. Now they

Keeping abreast of silicone implants [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Keeping abreast of silicone implants MOST people assume that facelifts and tummy tucks are the bread and butter of plastic surgery. Not so. In America at least, the brisker business is m breasts According to the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (ASPRS), more than two million people have

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Firm in the driver's seat BITE MY TONGUE Like Miss Daisy m the movie, Gran upturns geriatric convention, as she should, says AGNES CHEN SOMETHING about Jessica Tandy's frail, bird like shoul ders as she defiantly walked rathei than allowed herself to be chauffeurs! into town, drove home the tragedy

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Blockbusters for a song VIDEO WATCH It's all systems go for video dealers who are trying to get viewers to buy, buy, buy, reports JUNIPER FOO WOULD you buy a tape of Presumed Innocen!? One like the centrepiece m the picture hclovt which has been gift wrapped m a cardboard

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HOLLYWOOD Taylor-made diamonds It) help her favourite Aids charity. Elizabeth Taylor will market a imited edition of her new scent White Diamonds at 115.000 (5516,500) m ounce m bottles encrusted with ■eal diamonds Two times a daddy MOVIK muscleman Arnold Schwarzenegger, 42, star of Total Recall, is u» become a

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Man behind the monk-y business Gregorian chants and the Marquis de Sade make for strange hit material, but not to Michael Cretu. CHRISTINE TEO finds out from reports. A peculiar New Age recipe MCMXC A.D. KnUnw (Virula) KNICMA is music, spirit and meditation It is a collwtion ot musical ideas

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Health warning for speakers LOH KENG FATT WESTERN POP I MTTLK AIN'T KNODGH Ihtvld l.«-.- Koth (Warner) TWO years after his Sky■cnacr album, Roth checked into a cheap motel, neighbour to sleazy stripjoints, supposedly to feel tho vibes to flesh out tales of lives of those among the down and

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Yeah, even for Yeh's minor hits LIM SEX CHINESE POP TKKASI XX 13 CLASSICS OMUBCIMM Sally V>h (WKA) THIS compilation, like earli- er ones, is tied m with Yeh's < -oncer ts; m this case, her 10 solo per for mances now being staged m Hon^kon^ hut her tw< albums

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TODAYS TE L E VI SI O N HIGHLIGHTS SOCCKR: Knglish league (SBC 12. 11.00 pm). Live telecast of the game between Division One leader Arsenal and No. 2, Liverpool, who lost their last two games after manager Kenny Dalglish's shock resignation. At Anfield, Liverpool's home ground. SCRKKN S: Angel

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Horrors, don't look now WONG KIM HOH TV WATCH MISS X spent three nights this week waxing her armpits and listening to Mozart on her headphones. Why? She had no access to the TV. Her family members had monopolised it. gnawing at their fingernails as they sat embroiled m the

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HIGHLIGHTS INTERNATIONAL RECITAL Jodir BBC, 1115pm Chinese violinist Guo Chang with pianist Stephen Goodman performs Beethoven s Sonata In C Minor Op 30 No and Sarasate s Carmen fantasy PLAY Of THE MEEK Where The Lovemakinf Does Go On fodiy, BBC, 901 sm The husband of a woman, who m

Kicks, cues and vintage Chow [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Kicks, cues and vintage Chow LKCJEND Of TW I)RA(J<)N At Cathay cinema TOH HAI LEONG LBGEND Of The Dragon Ls a film that triggers recollections of past Bru<-e Lm movies and of dramas about pool-players It is also, to some extent, a parody of these Directed by veteran Hongkong actor

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GoodFellas, BadFellas, the real Fella It took many secretive phone-calls and a lot of covering-up of tracks before sports writer JEFI To come to terms with The Life, to love it and live it to the hilt, all you had to do was put to the back of your mind

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...and the feel Feela POWELL met gangster Henry Hill, whose story is now playing at theatres

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Sacks and the great Awakenings NEUROLOGIST Oliver Sacks is lurching across his office Nothing is the matter with him though. He is just demonstrating what, for him, was the most moving scene m Awakenings, the film based on his fleeting "miracle" cure of sleeping-sick-ness patients m 1969. The movie, coming

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A wide spectrum of jobs CAREER "91 brings together a host of industries and government organisations from whom school leavers can gather information on the wide spectrum of careers m today's society. This is the third year that the event has been organised and it will be held at the

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Do not worry about having the 'right answer' Going for a job interview soon? Here are some suggestions to help you YOU have spent the last few years m school and arc now ready to join the working world. You send out several job application letters and are lucky enough

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Writing your resume KEKP your resume organised with information divided into categories. For example, per sonal details. edutation.il ajaaj ificalions, previous job experi enres and names of referees A table format Ls best Plus you should have your resume tjrpe-written for a more profes sional look Give your complete ami

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